Aylesbury’s newest residential quarter
Ridgepoint Homes launches Bierton Place, a brand new substantial development of stylish homes within walking distance of Aylesbury town centre
RIDGEPOINT Homes is delighted to announce the launch of Bierton Place – a substantial development of new homes within walking distance of Aylesbury town centre.
Bierton Place is destined to become a brand new residential quarter offering a stylish collection of uniquely designed properties, combining the convenience of modern-day living with carefully restored historic architecture.
A site steeped in history, Ridgepoint Homes plans to transform the Victorian gatehouses and Tindal House dating back to 1844 into stylishly appointed homes, complemented by a collection of sympathetically designed new build two, three and four-bedroom properties.
Described by English Heritage as being of ‘red brick with yellow brick quoins with double pitched slate roofs’, the architectural features of the 19th century buildings will be sympathetically reflected in the design of the new build properties.
Throughout Bierton Place, high quality landscaping will enhance the period buildings and the new homes, creating a natural setting for all to enjoy. The homes being created in Tindall House will overlook a wide swathe of lawn and many mature trees, with each of the properties benefitting from their own private gardens too.
The new homes will be characterised by the style and attention to detail synonymous with Ridgepoint Homes. Each property will feature an individually designed contemporary fitted kitchen featuring a stainless steel oven, gas hob and integrated extractor hood with plentiful storage blend seamlessly into a generously proportioned living and dining area.
Stylish bathrooms will be fitted with contemporary white sanitaryware, a heated towel rail and feature ceramic tiling by Porcelanosa. Feature fittings will also include panelled internal doors with contemporary chrome door handles, feature skirtings with matching architraves throughout.
Bierton Place is located within walking distance of the centre of Aylesbury – a traditional market town which sympathetically combines historic features with the convenience of modern living.The old town boasts an array of beguiling historic buildings and a market square which hosts regular markets, complemented by a host of shops and restaurants.
Aylesbury town centre is undergoing a transformation, with the Town Centre Plan aiming to preserve and improve the best of the old, whilst adding new amenities and buildings that enhance the quality of life for all.The Waterside Theatre, costing £47 million, opened in 2010, and is drawing audiences with its blend of drama, musicals, opera and family shows.At Waterside South, a new university campus and public space is adding vitality. Improvements to Vale Park and the Grand Union Canal, two of Aylesbury’s major assets, have also been completed.
Over the next few years, Waterside North will become a vibrant neighbourhood of restaurants, apartments and an impressive public square.
Aylesbury’s highly rated schools make it a popular choice for parents. For primary and junior education, some of the best include: Elmhurst Primary School (Ofsted ‘Good’), St Edward’s Catholic Junior School (Ofsted ‘Good’), and Bierton C of E Combined School (Ofsted ‘Good’). Older pupils can attend Aylesbury Grammar, an academy; Aylesbury High School (Ofsted ‘Outstanding’), or Aylesbury College (Ofsted ‘Good’).
From Aylesbury station trains into London Marylebone take around 55 minutes during peak times. Alternatively there is an interchange with London Underground Metropolitan Line at Amersham.
For further information and to register your interest, please visit www. ridgepointhomes.co.uk.
HISTORIC ARCHITECTURE: Ridgepoint Homes will transform the Victorian building of Tindal House and neighbouring gatehouses into stylishly appointed homes, complemented by sympathetically designed new-build two, three and four-bedroom properties.